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Articles are written by different authors and for different readers:

  • Scholarly articles are written and reviewed by scholars and provide new research, analysis, or information about a specific topic.  They are written for researchers like yourself.  They are also sometimes called academic or peer-reviewed articles.
  • Magazine articles are written by professional writers for a general audience.  These include magazines like National Geographic, Time, and People.
  • Newspaper articles are written by journalists for a general audience.  Local papers, like the Santa Cruz Sentinel, focus on local issues and readers.  They are generally short and are written quickly to focus on the latest news.

Find Journal Articles:

  • OneSearch  searches across all library collections.  Refine your search to focus on Anthropology.
  • CINAHL scholarly journals in nursing & allied health.
  • Health Source Nursing Academic scholarly health journals.
  • MEDLINE scholarly biomedical journal abstracts.  Limited full-text.
  • PLOS One  scholarly scientific articles from the Public Library of Science.

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